Okuma Nomad Xpress Inshore Travel Rods

Okuma Nomad Xpress Inshore Travel Rods

Price: $99.99
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Model
TD Code
TypeLengthPower
Taper
Line
Weight
(lb)
Foregrip
Reargrip
# of guidesHandle
Style
Weight
(oz)
Price
NTxi-C-703MH
OKM-0437
Casting7'0
3 pcs
MH8-172in
10-1/4in
9+TipB5.6$99.99 USD
NTxi-S-703ML
OKM-0438
Spinning7'0
3 pcs
ML10-202in
10-1/4in
6+TipC6.1$99.99 USD
NTxi-S-703MH
OKM-0439
Spinning7'0
3 pcs
MH10-202in
10-1/4in
6+TipC6.3$99.99 USD
  • Durable graphite rod blank construction
  • 3-section rod blank for easy break down while traveling
  • European spigot ferrule connection offering the feel of a 1 pc rod
  • Waterproof travel bag with shoulder strap
  • Aluminum oxide guide inserts
  • Cork rear split grip and cork fore grip on inshore models
  • Non Slip rubber gimbal on all boat models
  • 1 year warranty
  • 4.5 Stars based on 4 reviews
    By Alex
    Lusby, Maryland
    Fantastic rod
    July 22, 2019
    It’s a fantastic rod for travel or normal use. I took it on every trip I went on and also use it just about every time I head out on the pier or kayak. It’s sensitive and handles fish very well. I love it!
    ProsEverything about it
    ConsNothing
    By Jim m.
    Oregon
    Generally alright
    March 4, 2017
    The quality and finish are great. The overall design for The Nomad Xpresscould could use some major improvements. The rod is very stiff and brittle, and as a result all the load is contrasted within the tip section of the rod. These rods will work fine for small fish but if you need more than 10 pounds for drag, or force, will probably break the tip ferrule or tip, as has been my repeated experience. The model I've been using was Ntxi-S-703MH Nomad Xpress. My advice to Okuma would be to incorporate some fiber glass and work on better load distribution with in the rod.
    ProsLight weight, good quality and finish
    ConsVery brittle
    By Leon
    Tonsupa, Ecuador
    Okuma Express Travel Rod
    March 5, 2016
    Nice deal for the money.
    By Adventure M.
    Herndon, VA
    Quite the Rod
    August 24, 2014
    Purchased this rod for fishing Southwest Florida, I have travel rods from other makers that cost twice as much, this rod is light weight and beautifully made comes with a travel case,,,,can't be beat. Just ordered a second one from TackleDirect. Great price, great sevice
    ProsEverything
    ConsNone
    7 Questions & 7 Answers
    Joe
    from MA asked:
    December 30, 2019
    What’s the lure rating for ML
    1 Answer
    Joe,  


    Unfortunately Okuma does not provide lure ratings on this series of Nomad Xpress Travel Rods. Best estimate would be around 3/8-1oz based off of similarly spec'd out Okuma inshore rods.  

    Submitted by: Brian on December 30, 2019

    Peter
    from West Suffield,CT asked:
    October 1, 2017
    Will Okuma Ntx S 703MH spinning rod balance well with Shimano Saragosa 8000....or better with 6000 will use 50-65 lb braid..... Travel to Aruba...wide variety of potential fish there..........
    1 Answer
    Given the line you plan on using you'd want to use the Saragosa 8000. However, these rods are going to be too light for a 65 lb. braid application. I would suggest looking at the Nomad Travel Rod model number NT-S-703M-MH.
    Submitted by: Devon on October 3, 2017

    Chris
    from Inola, Oklahoma asked:
    February 13, 2017
    What's the lure rating of medium heavy?
    1 Answer
    This rod's lure weight is 3/8 oz - 1 3/4 ounce
    Submitted by: John on February 14, 2017

    Hayden Gallagher
    from Rhode Island asked:
    February 5, 2017
    Hello, my question is pertaining to the action/power of the Nomad Xpress rods. I will be fishing SW Florida in late March for LM bass up to 30/40lb Tarpon. Would the ML or MH be better suited for the applications? Would the MH be overkill for bass/snook? I'm not looking for the regular nomad series with two tips. Thank you!
    1 Answer
    The ML Okuma Nomad Xpress Inshore Travel Rod would be best suited for the applications.
    Submitted by: Donald on February 9, 2017

    scott yang
    from Honolulu,HI asked:
    November 1, 2015
    Does this rod come with two different action tips
    1 Answer
    Yes it does.
    Submitted by: David on November 2, 2015

    TOM
    from Long island asked:
    March 18, 2015
    Are Alp guides and reel seat used in the xpress rods? If not, what is used? Thanks
    1 Answer
    Hello Tom. They unfortunately do not use Alps reel seats. The reel seats are standard Okuma reel seats. The guides however are Alps brand. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions!
    Submitted by: Brandon on March 19, 2015

    Ted K.
    from Pompano Beach, FL, USA asked:
    June 3, 2014
    what is the overall length of the 7' , 3 piece Okuma travel rods when broken down for packing?
    1 Answer
    The case is 32" with the rod inside.
    Submitted by: Customer Service on June 3, 2014

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